I own a 96 maxima and what I did was to put a fuel pressure riser...that help a bit at WOT...but unless you own a VR4 or stealth TT getting larger injectors won't help unless you get NOS...larger injectors on your es will just help you put a big hole on your wallet my friend...take care!
Agreed. Bigger injectors are only justified for increased fuel needs. Remember, your computer will only allow the amount of fuel that is required to support the 14.7 :1 air /fuel ratio. Try to trick it with bigger injectors unnecessarily, and it will slow down the injector cycling,fuel pressure may also no longer be correct and the engine will start to throw fits. This is not like the days of putting on a bigger carbuerator for more power (many of those guys also learned that bigger is not always better). Focus on getting more air into your car, and more exhaust out before looking at fuel supply.
How much NOS is safe? None. Unless your system is really tight, if you have a fuel pressure drop for any reason with NOS in the system, prepare to watch a piston go thru your hood. Fortunatley, today they have all sorts of relief and purge valves for NOS that will shut you down before any damage occurs should something go wrong. But nothing is infallible.
[This message has been edited by Diablo (edited December 07, 1999).]
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